It is minutes to the much awaited #StateOfTheNation address by Uhuru Kenyatta but Kenyans on Twitter are not keeping calm.
They have started trolling the commander-in-chief.
Here are some of their thoughts on what they think Uhuru will address.
— Noonie (@Noonie_Ke) April 4, 2019
Expect the following tired phrases:
– We Shall..
– Aki ya mungu..
– I'm determined..
– It's my hope..
– As your president I will not allow
Same Old trash🗑It's a rhythm we are all used to😪. Nothing New!!#SOTNKe2019#StateoftheNation pic.twitter.com/1Y84ZSPMTZ
— S.N. Nyamao 🇰🇪 (@snnyamao) April 4, 2019
— Wanjikũ Revolution™ (@WanjikuRevolt) April 4, 2019
Time is up for Uhuru. He has been in power for 7 years. Whatever he has failed to do in 7 yrs to improve the lives of Kenyans, he cant achieve in 3yrs. The problems that he has inflicted on Kenyans cannot be corrected in 3yrs.
— Kimani Marley (@kimanikenneth) April 4, 2019
2016👉 Uhuru warns corrupt officers
2017👉 Uhuru warns corrupt officers
2018👉 Uhuru warns corrupt officers
2019👉 Uhuru warns corrupt officers
2020👉 Uhuru warns corrupt officers
2021👉 Uhuru warns corrupt officers
2022👉 Uhuru warns corrupt officers#StateoftheNation
— Amedo Shair (@AmedoShair) April 4, 2019
President Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to hold a #StateOfTheNation address. The son of Jomo is going to warn the corrupt, he will then warn the corrupt, he will then finish by warning the corrupt. He will be very angry! Meanwhile, the corrupt with be laughing at his anger!
— juma G. 🇰🇪 (@jumaf3) April 4, 2019
Uhuru's #StateOfTheNation address since 2013.
2013… Tuta Fanya
2014… We will not Condone Corruption
2015… Ladies and Gentlemen
2016… Mnataka nifanye nini jameni?
2017… Dear Kenyans
2018… Devolution is no longer a baby.
2019… I fired Rashid Echessa#SOTNKe2019
— Lazooj (@Lazooj) April 4, 2019
Kenyans already know what Uhuru Kenyatta will talk about during the #StateoftheNation address
😂😂😂😂😂Wach malich ahinya pic.twitter.com/w5QVXwwo1y
— Ja Loka🇰🇪 (@_fels1) April 4, 2019
It's 97 days since President Uhuru Kenyatta promised to give journalist @MarkMasai a copy of the Kenya-China SGR contract. He hasn't kept the promise. What did Kenya give China as a surety for the loan, Mombasa port? @NziokaWaita @DavidNdii @gathara #KenyaMbele #StateOfTheNation pic.twitter.com/uU4f1cvYaJ
— Boniface Mwangi (@bonifacemwangi) April 4, 2019
— Cogito, ergo Sum (@ammateri) April 4, 2019
— IamBrianKing (@BrianKing3236) April 4, 2019